Picton Theatre Group Inc.
Prices and Booking
"The Odd Couple"
"The Odd Couple" 2017
Tickets now on sale
PTG usually has a few shows every year, and since volunteers first got together in 1977 to put on "The Pyjama Game", this is now the 40th Anniversary since volunteers first formed Picton Theatre Group.
Our next show is that famous comedy, about 2 'friends', Oscar and Felix. They appear complete opposites, but they and their friends come together to help the rather anxious Felix in his hour of need. Oscar is messy, Felix is not, and you will be laughing when you see how things work for them.
Rehearsals are underway now, and tickets sales have just opened for any of the 4 performances, either at 2pm for the $15 matinee (matinee prices are just $15 for all tickets), or for the evening shows. Perfomances are on the Saturdays of the 9th and the 16th of September.
The evening show has a 'dinner and show' option starting at 7pm, for $45 (or $35 for Concessions).
You can elect just to buy tickets to the evening show (without dinner) which starts at 8PM for $25 (or $15 for Concessions).
Buy Tickets now www.trybooking.com/RGHM
Wollondilly Shire Hall
44 Menangle Street, Picton, NSW 2571
The Secretary, Picton Theatre Group Inc.
secretary at pictontheatre.org.au or call Veronica on 0459 506 028
If you have difficulties, or for all other enquiries please contact either one of our Vice Presidents, on VP1 at pictontheatre.org.au or VP1 at pictontheatre.org.au
For evening performance, doors open 6.30pm, Dinner at 7pm, Show at 8pm.
For matinee, doors open 1.30pm, show at 2pm
All shows are BYO. See below for a photo of the cast.
Please use our online booking via TryBooking (info above)
Secretary - Peter Donnelly
Ph - 0425 342 146
Email - secretary at pictontheatre.org.au
Shows and rehearsals are in Wollondilly Shire Hall, 48-60 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571
Postal enquiries can go to PO Box 152, Picton NSW 2571
Wollondilly Shire Hall, 48-60 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571
Picton is a leisurely 80 kilometre drive south west of Sydney.
Picton has that special charm which attracts people in a fast age. It still retains that peace and tranquility of a country town, yet is close enough to the city that its residents can commute. It allows city people an escape to a better lifestyle - even if only for a short visit.
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Tickets selling now for "The Odd Couple"
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